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Biogas is becoming increasingly more popular as a form of energy to power rural communities in Africa who live far away from the electricity grid. As a low-cost integrated system providing alternative energy as well as organic manure, it also provides an answer to reducing gas emissions and improving soil fertility.
Summary: "The 2003 Malawi Energy Policy recognizes the role of renewable energy in the country’s development, with bioethanol having been produced in the country since the 1980s and biodiesel having a more recent history of production. The Energy Regulation Act and the Liquid Fuels and Gas Act are among the laws in place to govern the production of biofuels.